Telecom Egypt appoints 3 senior vice presidents

By : |December 21, 2010 0

CAIRO, EGYPT: Egyptian fixed-line monopoly Telecom Egypt has created three senior vice president posts to help it focus more on customers and to identify commercial opportunities, it said on Wednesday.

The new officials, who report directly to TE’s chief executive and managing director Tarek Tantawy, will allow TE to advance its technology to support data services such as high-speed broadband, it said in a statement released on the London Stock Exchange.

"The changes are designed to enable the business to develop a more customer centric approach, identify commercial opportunities across the TE group and to develop market-leading telecommunications solutions for its customers," TE said.

Among the new senior vice presidents is former vice president for operations and maintenance, Mohamed Abdel Rehim, who has been made chief technology officer, and former vice president for international, wholesale and regulatory affairs, Mohamed Elnawawy, who has become chief strategy officer.

Emad Elazhary, who had been been responsible for TE’s telephony business, has now become chief commercial officer.

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